June 16 2011

FEEM seminar on “Climate Change and Growth: Will There Be Enough Water?”

Water availability represents one crucial challenge for human livelihood and sustainable growth, and climate change is likely to exacerbate water stress in many world regions.

The interactions between water, climate change and growth, at the frontier of water economics, were discussed on the occasion of the seminar on “Climate Change and Growth: Will There Be Enough Water?”, held on June 16 in Venice by Prof. W.K. Easter, University of Minnesota, a distinguished scientist in the field of resource economics.

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